Borough
Architectural period
Architectural type
Facility

We will be launching the 2021 programme at 12pm on 11 August 2021

  • The Mediterranean Beds flanking the steps into the garden
  • The view towards the main gates from underneath the Manchurian Walnut
  • The Woodland bed beneath Prunus sargentii
  • The sundial in font of the main gates
  • Looking across the lawn with the 1771 London Planes
  • The meadow in flower with Rosa x odorata 'Bengal Crimson'
  • Looking down the broadwalk set out by Bazalgette
  • Wisteria in flower along the railings
  • The pond and fountain with Nymphaea 'Attraction' coming into flower

Inner Temple Gardens

Robert Marnock

place
The Inner Temple Gardens, Crown Office Row, EC4Y 7BS
info_outline
Toilets, Disabled access

Travel Information

subway
Nearest tube: Temple, Blackfriars
train
Nearest train: Blackfriars
Established by the Knights Templar in 1195, The Inner Temple has had a Gardener since 1307. Surviving The Great Fire of London, and the Blitz, the Gardens remain a secret tranquil oasis in heart of the city.

Events

Sunday 5th September
General Access
schedule Time: 1pm to 4pm
Visitors can arrive at any time during the opening hours.
There may be queues at busy times.

Design

Original design
Knights Templar, 1307
Landscape design
Unknown , 1601
Landscape design
Robert Marnock, 1870
Restoration
William Robinson, 1890
Type
Garden
Period
Historical/contemporary